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·Taco Bell Refries Wi-FI
·Boingo Adds Gogo Support
·Cablevision Bumps Wi-Fi Speed Significantly
·AT&T Gives Free Wi-Fi to 20 New York Parks
·Free Wi-Fi in New York's DUMBO Neighborhood
·Alaska Airlines Completes Wi-Fi Install
·Tempe Wins Suit over Wi-Fi Hardware
·Towerstream's Plan for Manhattan-Fi
·T-Mobile Adds Free Wi-Fi Calling

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 xG Technology(R) Hits New Milestones

WiFi articlesSARASOTA, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 2, 2006--xG(R) Technology, LLC today announced that it has met its ambitious guidelines for xMax(R) technology, the company's innovative modulation and encoding technology that dramatically improves transmission of radio frequency signals in both wired and wireless environments. The result is the ability to transmit high speed data over greater distances using ultra low RF power output levels.

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 Faster WLAN IEEE draft specifications now out

WiFi articlesGuest _WRITES "By Jim Bernardo
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HERE are some interesting developments in the wi-fi (wireless fidelity) front.
For some time now, there have been factions comprising major players from the wi-fi industry on how to boost the speed and range of wi-fi. There have been several proposals since the middle of last year, but the votes needed to get them approved have been scarce. The Enhanced Wireless Consortium (EWC) gathered heavyweights like Intel, Cisco and Atheros and eventually came up with their own proposal.

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_NOTE Jim Bernardo's covers IT trends and provides tips and tricks from over 15 years of dealing with IT infrastructure, network security and applications consulting. Feel free to e-mail him at: jim.bernardo@pldtdsl.net for reactions, comments, suggestions and requested topics to cover.M

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 Want to know how to build a Wi-Fi AP with 4 radios?

WiFi articlesGuest _WRITES "RoamADhas published a manual describing how to build and assemble a multi-radio wireless node. You need flash to view the program. The interactive guide even has a "where to buy section", so that you can get your own components.
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 Manchester Airport Launches WLAN Mobility System

WiFi articlesGuest _WRITES "Trapeze Networks, the award winning provider of the wireless LAN (WLAN) Mobility System, and pan-European network solutions and services provider, Telindus, have been selected by Manchester Airports Group (MAG) to implement a public and private WLAN solution at Manchester Airport.

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 Brookline casts Net - Town eyes deal to get free WiFi

WiFi articlesGuest _WRITES "By Jesse Noyes

What do San Francisco, Philadelphia, New Orleans and Brookline all have in common?

Each city wants to roll out cheap or free wireless Internet access to residents and administrative offices.

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